It invites the journalist Andreas Paraschos to reconstruct what the President of the Republic wrote or to apologize, after the relevant decision of the Committee of Journalistic Ethics. He also wants to make it clear, as he characteristically points out, that “he is not prepared to tolerate the derailment of his personality and dignity through misleading, imaginary and false publications and does not relinquish his right to seek justice.”
According to a relevant announcement of the Presidency, “the President of the Republic, Nikos Anastasiadis, was particularly pleased to be informed of the decision of the Committee on Journalistic Ethics (EDD) which ruled that the article by journalist Andreas Paraschos, entitled” The demon took us “and published in the newspaper “Kathimerini” on January 10, 2021, blatantly violates the Code of Journalistic Ethics for not publishing inaccurate misleading, imaginary or distorting news, information or comments “.
“Therefore, the President of the Republic expects that the journalist Mr. Andreas Paraschos will follow the recommendation of the EJN but also the provisions of the Statute of the EJN, which clearly states that, in case of violation of the Code of Journalistic Ethics, the violated to proceed with immediate correction or apology “, it is pointed out.
The President of the Republic also expects that “anyone who used the false and imaginary information recorded in his article by Mr. Paraschos, will publicly correct it, while he also wants to make it clear that he is not prepared to tolerate the derailment of his personality and his dignity through misleading, imaginary and false publications and does not renounce his right to seek justice “.